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Mormons and Evangelicals; News Discussion;... News/Business. (2012) Stephen Davis, Claremont McKenna College; Patrick Mason; Richard Mouw. New. (CC) (Stereo)

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    September 17, 2012
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this morning... investigators are trying to determine what caused a fatal fire in northwest baltimore. bbltimore.it happened early yesterday morning... killing
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one man and injuring two fire firefighters.megan gilliland is here with a warning from firr officials. good morning guys,the fire broke out around 5 o'clock yesterday morning along woodlann avenue.neighbors saa they couldn't believe their ye. engulfed in fire the two fire fighters suffered minor injuries... but are expected to be okay.three others who were inside at the time were able to escape.butt one man was found dead on the first floor.they believe he died of smoke inhalation and burns. it's the sixth fatal fire in the city this year. just last weekend... firefighters went around installing free smoke detectors... after two people alarms. kevin 58:13 it's simple. just to call 311, smoke alarm is right at your fingertips and within two hours, firefighters will be at your home 21 3:10 it it's , hasn't been a happy morning, you know 15403 a real
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tragedy , a real tragedy 06 p6at this point... officials aren't sure if there were smoke alarms in this home. the name of the victim is not being released at this hour. i'm megan gilliland, fox45 morning news. an investigation is undeeway in baltimore... over claims of cheating in baltimore schools. schoolssaccording to the baltimore sun... a forensics company is now reviewing thousands of standardized teet results... after more than a dozen schools saw test scores drop dramatically ii the past 3 years.principals union president jimmy gittings is speaking out... saying the contract is a waste of of cheating are wrong. phe teachers strike in chicago will continue into this week. just hours ago... we learned the chicago teachers union and the school board had reached a tentative contract deal. but the union's president says the committee was unhappy with the proposed agrrement... and wanted more time to discuss it with union members. chicago's mayor has asked city lawyers to file a court injunction... to force teachers back to work. the union's special committee will reconvene
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tomorrow..if a deal is resume wednesday at the earliist. a mother says her priceless possession has been stolen -- the remains of her dead son. son.wendy witte and her family just moved to colorado springs from out of state and were about to move into their permanent home.police say that's when the bandits struck, breaking into their car outside a hhtel and stealing a backpack.inside the backpack was an urn thht held the ashes of witte's son.he was killed in 19-97 during a random shooting in california.. he was two years old.the mother is hoping that whoeverrs responsible hears her plea and brings back the urn. --sot --"i was devastated. the first thing i saw when i looked in there, the ar, the backpack was gone."(butted too "i just want his ashes. that's all i want. i want my son's ashes back, that's it."(butted to)"they probably didn't even know that there was an urn in there. i just hope that they realize that it's an urn and they just didn't toss it in the trash somewheee or break into it, not knowing it's an ur" urn."police are looking for
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two suspects. it's an especially dangerous year when it comes to seasonal viruses. outbreaks of west nile virus and the swine flu are both up. up. does that mean you'll have to schedule more than just a regular flu shot this year? joel d. smmth is towson with that answer, and a way for those squeemish with needles to get their immunization a little easier. good morning joel d. 3 3
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philly!it ended with a 24 to 23 win forrphiladelphia... either side. side. pushing, shoving and fighting now ray lewis and joe flacco - say the replacement refs are to blame. some controversial plays involved a raven t-d pass to jacoby jones called for offensive pass interference .but even though it was a tough loss... one raven stood out..roooie kicker justin tucker had three kicks... a 48..51 ..and a 56 yarder at the nd of the half. ... tuckee's 56-yard field goal tied wade richey for longest in ravens history ravens host new england this sunday night.england this ravens host new england this
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sunday night. that brings us to our question of the day.do you think the outcome of the game would have been different with regular refs? phone lines are open now...the number to call 410-481- 4545. a california high school senior uses his pet bunny s &pan inspiration in devising a trull unique senior prank. find out why the high school principal loves it! it! [ chirps ]
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a californiaahigh school principal is actually praising a uuique senior prank inspired by a pet bunny.take a look at this... it's a giant hamster wheel.it's 11-feet in diameter.. and it may be the world's largest.students raised 900-dollars...and t took three weeks to bbild.the principal says she loved it because it was creative and wasn't as destructive as ones in the past. ((toos to weather)) 3
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3- 3pa crushing loss for the raven. ravens... by only...one point. flacco puts the blame on the replacement efs. refs.that brings us to our questionnof the day.do you thinn the outcome of tte game would have been different with regular refs?our phone lines are ooen now.. 410-481-4545.
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you're watching fox 45 morning news.. all local.. all morning. ((break ))
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the ravens lose to the eagles...by one point..but flacco.. beleives it could have all been different. different.that brings us to our question of the day.do you think the outcome of the game would have been different with regular refs?our phone lines are open now.. 410-481-4545. george - pikesville 3 3 3
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professor...caught breastfeeding her child speaks . out.why she she says...the controversy ii just a sign... the world hasn't caught up with women's rights. you're watching fox 45 morning news.. all local.. all morning. anncr: a good job. it's the key to a good life. but it isn't always easy to find one... a vote for question seven is a vote for maryland jobs. two thousand construction jobs to build a new resort casino. four thousand permanent jobs, paying... on average fifty five thousand a year. six thousand jobs from increased tourism... and table games like blackjack and poker.
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add it up: it's twelve thousand new maryland jobs. but to build it you have to vote for it. vote for question seven. and get maryland back to work. an american university
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professor responds to backlash after nursing her child during class. as lisa sylvester reports... the professor believes the situation wouldn't have gotten this much attention.. if she were a male. male. --reporter pkg-as follows -- assistant professor adrienne pine is starting her fourth year at american university. the single mom normally leaves her daughter lee at a washington day care while at work. but on the first day of fall classes her 11 month old daughterrwoke up with a slight fever. i didn't have emergency day care and i couldn't bring her to the regular day care. so i was faced with difficult choice of
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which as a professional is the mosttimportant thing for me to do, or being there forrmy daughter. and the only way i could do both of those was bring my daughter to class. during her class of 40 students... her daughter began fussing. she was hungry. so pine - who says she has nursed her daughter at other public places including the parks and airplanes.... even several locations on campus... class. i very discreetly fed her. i don't believe any part of my breast was showing. i don't think my nipple was showing. the most important thing for me was feeding her and within a couple of minutes she fell asleep. one student jake carias was shocked... later tweeting:sex, gender, and culture professor,,total feminist, walks in with her baby, midway through class breast feeding time #wtf. carias spoke to cnnshe could have takenna sick day, stayed with the child, the ta would
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have came into the class, read the syllabus, gave us an wasn't there, our class would have left early, and nobody would have complained. there would have been no problems at all. a professor missing a class on occasion is perfectly normal- there's nothing wrong up in the wrong way. pine laahed out at a university student reporter in a scathing blog who was writing an article about what happened. but pine insistssher intention was never to be what she calls a breast-feeding activist. student reaction on campus was mixed- on campus was mixed-i don't think she was trying to be like look what i caa do- i thought she was just feeding her child. for the first day of class, i think it's probaaly a little inappropriate i understand it's like a natural thing and part of human nature, but at the same time, we're not used to that- eepecially as college students and who've probably never had a child.pine says
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phere is a much larger issue. that there are tough choices particclarly for working mothers. many who grapple with how to balance work demands with a sick child. if i had bottle-fed my daughter i would not have been attacked for that. if a male professor had brought hhs child to class the response would be 'how sweet, how cute how fatherly of him, whereas as a woman when i to that you know o get attacked. (s/u) i asked adrienne pine if the situation where the same would she do it again. she says probably not. she didn't expect this backlash. she says she's learned people are still squeamish about public breastfeeding. and she hopes this begin a new